Costco (Haydock) fuel station now open! Petrol 102.9p litre/Diesel 103.9p litre until 7th August
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Costco (Haydock) fuel station now open! Petrol 102.9p litre/Diesel 103.9p litre until 7th August

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Found 2nd Aug 2016Made hot 2nd Aug 2016
Had an email today about the fuel station at Costco Haydock now being open.

Unleaded 102.9p
Premium unleaded 107.9p
Diesel 103.9p
Guaranteed until 7 August 2016

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Thanks,I will be filling up on the way to work

Are they doing autogas?

Banned

is this national ?

Is a membership card needed ?

Yes. It's Costco.

Well it's about time Charlie!

Great price-waiting for a fuel station at Leeds...

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jacko45

Are they doing autogas?



I haven't been to fill up yet so I'm not sure sorry.

Original Poster

skyarsenal

is this national ?



​Afraid not. They only opened the forecourt today so it's an opening special offer.

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yotmon

Is a membership card needed ?



​Yes, you do need to be a member. I know a few people who pay for the membership purely for the fuel, it is very good fuel

I think if a brand new installation you would get sediments which would be transferred to your tank and fuel pump which wouldn't be good idea.....Best wait a few weeks for it to be flushed out.

Edited by: "n0chex" 2nd Aug 2016

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just 3 p cheaper than Asda.
no worries

n0chex

I think if a brand new installation you would get sediments which would … I think if a brand new installation you would get sediments which would be transferred to your tank and fuel pump which wouldn't be good idea.....Best wait a few weeks for it to be flushed out.



​Pretty sure they'll clean it before selling fuel.

I don't think I'll ever fill up with crap/cheap/watered-down fuel again after getting my EGR Valve cleaned (management light came on) and looking at the thick black deposits.

The mechanic advised me to put Shell V-Power Nitro+ Diesel in at least once a week, but I've been putting it in more regularly since it's only a few pence more than standard diesel. Hopefully, there should not be many deposits clogging up my EGR Valve.
Edited by: "stream0" 3rd Aug 2016

skyarsenal

is this national ?


No

jacko45

Are they doing autogas?



No

yotmon

Is a membership card needed ?



Yes ... and its BOGOF The pumps are automated pay by card ...But you can only pay with American express or any debit card..
No cash sales
Edited by: "pyg" 3rd Aug 2016

UniquelyMoi247

I haven't been to fill up yet so I'm not sure sorry.


NO

UniquelyMoi247

​Yes, you do need to be a member. I know a few people who pay for the m … ​Yes, you do need to be a member. I know a few people who pay for the membership purely for the fuel, it is very good fuel



I drive around the UK and spend £50 -£70 everyday ... I use my COSTCO card to fill up at any of their fuel stations

Just got a leaflet through the post. Says they are doing regular unleaded, premium unleaded and premium diesel. No mention of regular diesel. I will go later and have look.
Shell nitro and BP Ultimate diesel are 20p / litre more than regular diesel near me.

stream0

I don't think I'll ever fill up with crap/cheap/watered-down fuel again … I don't think I'll ever fill up with crap/cheap/watered-down fuel again after getting my EGR Valve cleaned (management light came on) and looking at the thick black deposits.The mechanic advised me to put Shell V-Power Nitro+ Diesel in at least once a week, but I've been putting it in more regularly since it's only a few pence more than standard diesel. Hopefully, there should not be many deposits clogging up my EGR Valve.


The fuels are pretty much standardised there is only a small variation, and costco generally always have the best fuel. Used to be they didn't even sell regular unleaded just premium as they still do for diesel which is functionally identical to your premium shell and BP petrols(because they are). At this price it's a good 20p per litre off some of the BP and Shell garages for premium diesel.

smckirdy

The fuels are pretty much standardised there is only a small variation, … The fuels are pretty much standardised there is only a small variation, and costco generally always have the best fuel. Used to be they didn't even sell regular unleaded just premium as they still do for diesel which is functionally identical to your premium shell and BP petrols(because they are). At this price it's a good 20p per litre off some of the BP and Shell garages for premium diesel.



Only a shame they don't do RON99 Unleaded!

I have made many savings in my recent DERV. But can't say I noticed any differences between regular fuel from elsewhere. I do believe the advantages of Premium Diesel over regular compared to Premium Unleaded vs Regular is not that great.

We need one in Bingley as we don't have a petrol station here

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UniquelyMoi247

​Yes, you do need to be a member. I know a few people who pay for the m … ​Yes, you do need to be a member. I know a few people who pay for the membership purely for the fuel, it is very good fuel


So it's the same as ASDA, Sainsbury and TESCO?

stream0

I don't think I'll ever fill up with crap/cheap/watered-down fuel again … I don't think I'll ever fill up with crap/cheap/watered-down fuel again after getting my EGR Valve cleaned (management light came on) and looking at the thick black deposits.The mechanic advised me to put Shell V-Power Nitro+ Diesel in at least once a week, but I've been putting it in more regularly since it's only a few pence more than standard diesel. Hopefully, there should not be many deposits clogging up my EGR Valve.


You do realize that with diesel engines you have to do 20k+ miles a year min to prevent issues with egr? Also short journeys don't warm up engine enough to burn all this soot.. If you don't do mileage then go for petrol car, more spend on petrol but no spending on expensive repairs like egr, turbo, constant oil changes etc.... Cheap supermarket fuel is a bit dodgy but not that much although as example I would get 100 miles less out of tesco diesel comparing to texaco or morrisons ?! Shell standard petrol goes more that tesco, asda better than tesco but shell wins clearly.

Ive been using costco diesel for about 2 years & had no problems with it but i cant say i get any more miles out of it than i did with Asda. Saying that, my enigine might be alot healthier?

As an Airport Taxi Driver, value & quality are key when choosing where to fill my tank.

Yes there are differences between fuel brands but the major factor is how well it is stored. Tanks need to be kept watertight & pump filters regularly changed. Similar to how the quality of a pint can vary from pub to pub!

Been using Costco for fuel in Liverpool since they opened & swear by their diesel. A great product at an even better price!

So according to info I have received on other forums Cotsco Haydoes does offer RON99 Unleaded!

So FWIW a member of staff in Liverpool Costco told me yesterday its Shell fuel they use...

united4eva

So FWIW a member of staff in Liverpool Costco told me yesterday its Shell … So FWIW a member of staff in Liverpool Costco told me yesterday its Shell fuel they use...


...Which is strange, as Shell don't do 97 RON fuel. Liverpool only have 95 RON, 97 RON and diesel. Warehouse staff will have no idea who really supplies it, especially if it's delivered in a Costco branded tanker. More likely they're supplied by a distributor like Greenergy (who supply most supermarkets etc).
Edited by: "RainmakerRaw" 29th Aug 2016
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